Ever been in a city where the original name is still unknown? Well, read more to visit it with us.
The City where Gods were born, the city that you will be astonished by, the one with monumental pyramids and mysterious mural painting, that is Teotihuacan.
This pre-hispanic city is a highlight during your trip in Mexico City, which is not really there, it is in the State of Mexico, 40 minutes northward from the city’s Downtown and thanks to the short distance many people come, we can’t blame them since Teotihuacan has a lot to show you beyond the iconic Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon.
Not everything at this wonderful site is just pyramids, we want you to get down to know its history while you walk the Avenue of the Dead so that you are familiar with the iconography of the Temple of the Feathered Serpent’s reliefs, the so-called Temple of Quetzalcóatl, the palace architecture, where people lived, the materials used to build, to paint and to carve as they were such masters at it.
So, should we call it Temple of Quetzalcóatl or not? Should we call the city Teotihuacan or not? Get to meet this place and know what the Pyramid of the Sun and the Moon save at their interior, marvel at the beauty of the mural painting and the stunning maks; allow us just to surprise you at the Pyramids of Teotihuacan.